XManager on Linux


I am remote logging into a HP-UX box using Putty from Windows XP. Sometimes I need to launch a GUI on the HP box, and I am using XManager to do this. I was just wondering what I would use instead of XManager to manage the GUI if I was connecting from OpenSuse 11.1.


Found the answer… everything on Unix/Linux is X anyway so you don’t need XManager. Just simply do ssh -X when you are connecting to the remote machine and you should get graphic displays - just did it and it works great…